A while ago, Surviving Grady pointed out the badassery of Coco's face in a mid-brawl moment of aggression. Also, last week they posted perhaps the most classic game-footage screencap of all time, which was Coco's face after hitting a triple against the Yankees the first time.
I would now like to submit to the Coco's Face collection the following:
Caption from ESPN.com: "Boston Red Sox's Coco Crisp voices his disagreement with home plate umpire Bruce Froemming after he was called out on strikes and then ejected from the game during the eighth inning in Major League Baseball action against the New York Yankees, Saturday, April 28, 2007 at Yankee Stadium in New York. (AP Photo/Julie Jacobson)"
I will probably chuckle to myself sometime tomorrow at an inappropriate moment thinking about the use of the phrase "voices his disagreement" in that caption.
That concludes this episode of Coco Watch, but I would suggest that on your way out, you take a moment to read the latest classic missive from Red on Mike Timlin (which I missed somehow before now).
But Timlin, whose reflexes are no doubt razor sharp from keeping his neighborhood free of wild boar, feral cats and Danzig fans, snagged the line drive before it could do any damage. In fact, I almost expected him to give the ball a fierce look, take a bite out of it like a f--king apple, then hurl it into space, cursing its brethren. Because that's the kind of sh-t I like to think Mike Timlin does all the time.
Red writing about Mike Timlin = Beth drools with laughter. It's a proven formula.